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Archived Since:September 26, 2011

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Couple Celebrates 64th Anniversary at Taco Bell With 64 Inches of Nachos

The owner also gave them a $64 gift card. Nothing screams true love quite like a massive plate of Taco Bell nachos. According to My Fox Phoenix, a couple decided to celebrate their 64th wedding anniversary in style at a Taco Bell in Arizona. Show More Summary

Hot Dog Sales Are Bringing in Billions for Gas Stations

With the price of oil at a low point, gas stations are looking at food sales to bump up their bottom line. Dinner at the pump is more common than you might think: Shell gas station's hottest commodity isn't gasoline but its selection...Show More Summary

Ribalta has Perfected the Art of Hot Dog and French Fry Pizza

Welcome back to Consumed, a video series in which Editorial Producer Kat Odell combs Manhattan and the surrounding areas for one-of-a-kind eats and drinks.

Exclusive: Watch a Clip from the Upcoming Film The Search for General Tso

The movie hits theaters January 2. Here's a clip from a forthcoming film all about one of the most popular Chinese take-out dishes ever, General Tso's chicken. But who is General Tso? And why is a beloved chicken dish named after him? The film, titled The Search for General Tso, aims to answer these questions and more. Show More Summary

Every Colbert Report Food Moment Ever

Vodka eyeballing involves pouring vodka into your eye. And other important food bits from talk show host Stephen Colbert.

Top Chef Boston Episode 9: You Can Call Me Honey

To thoroughly enjoy the glory that is Top Chef Boston, please welcome Alison Leiby, who will be here every week to take us through the season. This week's Top Chef was really one for the record books. Oh, you didn't watch it becauseShow More Summary

Coffee Shop's Shipment of Beans Came with 73 Pounds of Cocaine

Police are investigating the matter. A German coffee shop accidentally imported coffee with an extra — and illegal — kick. According to the Associated Press, the (unnamed) Berlin-based coffee business received a shipment of unroasted...Show More Summary

The All-Bacon Restaurant Trend Isn't Dead Yet?

Louisville, Kentucky is the latest city to get a bacon-centric restaurant. America's bacon-obsession is somehow still going strong: According to 14News, Louisville, Kentucky is the latest city to get its own bacon restaurant. Called Ann Marie's Bacon Bar, the restaurant serves "Southern farm-to-table" food, loaded with plenty of pork product. Show More Summary

Will Stephen Colbert's Studio End Up in Your Next Burger?

Nearly everything in the studio "will be shredded and sold as a meat filler to a national food chain."

NYC's Cafe Edison Announces Closing Date; Adrià and Atheron Team Up

Plus, MAD issues a reprint of its "Dispatches" essay series. NEW YORK CITY— Despite many attempts by fans and local government officials to save Midtown Manhattan's Cafe Edison, its owners confirmed today the iconic lunch counter will...Show More Summary

World's Most Unlikely Group of Celebs Are Now Investors in Fledging Burger Chain

Mike Tyson, Vince Neil, and that guy from 90210 invest in the White Castle-esque Quickee Burgers. Talk about a motley crew. The fledging Quickee Burgers chain, which currently has one location open in Las Vegas, has announced its line-up...Show More Summary

Bravo Launches Yet-Another 'Top Chef' Spin-off

The online series is called "In My Kitchen." Bravo has launched a new Top Chef digital video series called In My Kitchen. According to an email, the series is part of the re-launch of, and will be featured on the site's new "The Daily Dish" page, which covers all the latest Bravo-related news. Show More Summary

Cuban Rum Is Now Slightly More Within Americans' Reach

As the U.S. resumes diplomatic relations with Cuba, travelers can bring back $100 worth of booze. Today, the Obama administration announced a historic new agreement with the Cuban government, easing travel and banking restrictions that had been in place since 1961. Show More Summary

Book Deals: Chefs Annemarie Ahearn, Punch's Talia Baiocchi and Leslie Pariseau, and More

Brooklyn restaurateur Joe Carroll will also publish a cookbook. Here are your Wednesday afternoon cookbook deals. Maine-based chef, farmer, and teacher Annemarie Ahearn has landed a book deal with Roost Books. According to Publishers Marketplace, it will be titled Full Moon Suppers: Menus and Recipes for meals from the Land and Sea. Show More Summary

Starbucks' Fancy New China Flagship Store Features a Floor for Star-Gazing

It also serves a range of arabica coffee beans from around the globe. Starbucks has opened a new swanky flagship location in China. According to a press release, it's located in the city of Chengdu in the recently opened Chengdu Taikoo...Show More Summary

Powdered Alcohol Has Yet Another Enemy in the State of Colorado

The state is considering a ban on powdered alcohol. Poor, poor Palcohol: The beleaguered powdered alcohol brand just keeps getting knocked down. According to the Associated Press, Colorado is the latest state to consider banning the substance before it is even close to hitting shelves. Show More Summary

Deli Man, a Documentary about a Third Generation Deli Owner, Premieres February 2015

Expect plenty of pastrami. Deli Man is a new documentary that tells the story of Ziggy Gruber, a third-generation Jewish delicatessen owner. Gruber owns Kenny & Ziggy's New York Delicatessen Restaurant in Houston. Max, his father, opened...Show More Summary

Arizona Restaurant to Fork Over $115,000 in Back Wages

Some employees were shorted nearly $300 per month. Yet another restaurant has been stealing from its employees: According to the Phoenix Business Journal, Uncle Bear's Grill & Bar, a local chain, will reimburse employees over $115,000 in overtime pay. Show More Summary

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